Maersk Training has lost DKK 180 million in five years

Maersk Training, headed by Mærsk heir Johan Uggla, loses money for the fifth consecutive year, according to the latest interim report. But 2019 showed stronger developments for the first time since the oil price collapse, though 2020 is expected to be worse, writes the company.

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Mærsk heir Johan Uggla sees Maersk Training, which he heads as CEO, report a deficit for the fifth consecutive year.

Altogether, the Maersk-owned company lost DKK 11.2 million (USD 1.6 million) in 2019, shows the latest interim report. And when adding the bottom lines reported for the past five years, the company has lost a total of DKK 180 million after taxes.

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